Down in the garment district, where Spring and Main streets converge, there's a two-story cafe with a mansard roof and a patio that would be at home in any French town. Owner John Choi makes his own charcuterie -- jambon persillade, pate, andouilette a l'ancienne. Angelique is open for traditional French breakfasts, and for lunch, featuring a great selection of salads (try the cured salmon), hot entrees (try the roasted chicken) and vegetarian dishes. A homesick Frenchman I know swears that Angelique is the only place that eases his malady.

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Parking: Street

Reservations: Accepted

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